2007 · Nacho Vigalondo · España · 92 min

Section: FANT masters 2022, TIME TRAVEL CYCLE

8th May @ 17:00 Golem Alhóndiga (Sala 2)


A man’s eyes catch through his binoculars a beautiful girl stripping in the deep of the forest and, unthinkingly, he starts walking into the woods towards her. All of a sudden, he’s attacked in the back by a strange guy armed with a pair of scissors and his face covered with a bandage. Wounded and bleeding, the man manages to get away and reach a distressing mansion that turns out to be an isolated scientific research spot. There, an unlikely machine transports him one hour back into his recent past. Then the mystery seems about to be solved… only to find that everything has now become an evil mess indeed.

Nacho Vigalondo

Director, screenwriter and actor. He studied Media and Communications at the University of the Basque Country. It did not take him long, however, to drop out his studies in search of a more practical and personal training. Short films scriptwriter and actor in commercials and various TV programs, in 2004 his third short film as director, 7:35 in the Morning, was nominated for an Oscar. He continued involved in the world of television working as a screenwriter in addition to continuing to shoot short films such as Domingo (2007), Choque (2005), Cháchara (2007) or Cambiar el mundo (2007). In 2007 he premiered his first feature film, Timecrimes, screened to great acclaim at the Sundance Festival and automatically became a cult film. His career as a director has continued with Extraterrestrial (2011), Open Windows (2014), and Colossal (2016).

  • Director / Nacho Vigalondo
  • Screenplay / Nacho Vigalondo
  • Production / Eduardo Carneros, Esteban Ibarretxe, Javier Ibarretxe, Santi Camuñas, Jorge Gómez, Norbert Llarás, Jordi Rediu
  • Music / Eugenio Mira
  • Edition / José Luis Romeu
  • Cast / Karra Elejalde, Candela Fernández, Bárbara Goenaga, Nacho Vigalondo, Juan Inciarte